Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of coagulate.

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Examples

  • This process of breaking, unwinding, and coagulating is called denaturing.

    What I've Just Read: A Darkness Forged in Fire

  • (once by myself) on account of bleeding, I conceived the idea of coagulating the blood and lymph in the vessels involved by injecting into the general substance of the tumor water at a temperature sufficiently high to produce coagulation of these liquids, and yet not hot enough to destroy the normal fascia and integument.

    With Sabre and Scalpel. The Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon

  • On a recent afternoon, Ms. McKenna, wearing a 1960s-style miniskirted uniform, demonstrated baking techniques in the kitchen, coagulating soy milk with cider vinegar and stirring it into red velvet cake batter.

    Is That Cupcake Vegan or Just Butter- and Egg-Free?

  • The Spokesman-Review first reported the chemical-shrapnel mix Tuesday, noting that rat poison is used to prevent blood from coagulating.

    MLK Day bomb in Spokane contained rat poison, shrapnel

  • Imagine how long it'd be before all the blood in your body deliberately stopped coagulating as a desperate last-ditch effort to punish you for making it sit through such a relentless torrent of idiocy.

    The dream X-Factor judges panel

  • Ocean scientists in the Gulf of Mexico have found giant plumes of oil coagulating at up to 1,300 metres below the surface, raising fears that the BP oil spill may be larger than thought? and that it might create huge "dead zones".

    Submerged oil plumes suggest gulf spill is worse than BP claims

  • I look down at the smeared streaks and globs of reddish-brown blood coagulating on the floor.

    Boot Camp

  • Consider the coagulating conceit of Indy hack Steve Richards, arguing, earlier, that Labour had no need for a leadership election, far less a general election, pourquoi?

    Newmania Avoids Complacency

  • Abbie told her brain to keep sniffing the chlorinated water and not the sick odor of coagulating blood.

    SILENT TRUTH

  • It was a landscape of devastation, of wide plateaus and steep terraces and broad canyons, all of it the color of coagulating blood.

    Vermilion Drift

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